It’s a great article that explores a number of pertinent topics with regards to consumer generated content (photos, tweets, etc.) on social media and how companies may leverage that content for their own marketing campaigns.
One of my roles as head of marketing at a large employer is dealing with the ramifications of unhappy, miserable employees that insist on staying in their jobs and complaining instead of quitting or resigning.
This past week, The Donald made headlines when it was uncovered that his company owned thousands of domain names that are simply being parked in what it deems as a defensive move.
In an effort to beat the heat this summer (I live in the sub-tropics and it’s hot, I mean like step out in the sun and fry an egg type of hot). So, what better way to take a break from the heat and head north of Tampa. Way north… …
Website relaunch projects don’t have to take a year (or more). In fact, when executed properly by skilled teams, you can rapidly deploy (or redeploy) a new website. Here’s how I recently relaunched the website for my school, Ultimate Medical Academy
I’m excited to announce I have been added to the speakers list at Bring Dialogue’s annual conference taking place in Strömstad, Sweden August 23-26.
Thinking of jumping ship and quitting? Chances are you’ll run into many of the same things that make you unhappy at your new job. And you’re trading in stability (stable, predictable job and environment) for a large amount of risk.
As many of you know, I took a new full-time position with Ultimate Medical Academy earlier this year. On top of the new job (which required relocating my tribe from the DC Metro to Tampa, FL), being a dad for a toddler required a brief hiatus from the speakers circuit. I’m pleased to announce that I’m back on tour in 2015 with the first two stops announced.
Should I respond to a negative review/comment on Facebook page?
What if I told you that having a strong brand as a public utility would probably go pretty far?